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Home Decor Shopping

Explore Tualatin Valley’s home decor shops, where every corner tells a story and every piece tells a story. Find goods that reflect your personal style, or discover the perfect gift for friends and family.

White Birch Design Co. has two shops in Tualatin Valley, including its flagship store in downtown Hillsboro. This lifestyle boutique offers curated home decor, seasonal decor, kitchenware, clothing, jewelry, unique gifts and much more. (Open Daily)

Cedar & Stone is a family-owned home and plant shop located in Old Town Sherwood. The shop has a diverse and ever-changing selection of home and kitchen goods, gift items and plants. (Open Tues. through Sun.)

Speaking of plants, Beaverton’s Clover and Booch specializes in plants, terrariums and plant accessories (as well as fun plant-themed stickers, pins and keychains). (Open Tues. through Sun.) Staghorn Mercantile offers decorative pots, vases and other containers for plants and flowers, as well as kitchen goods, including bowls, spoons and cups. (Open daily)

Jeffrey Allen Gallery is an Asian-inspired shop on Tigard’s Main Street for those with discerning tastes. Treasures include Chinese architectural artifacts, antique furniture and decor, and custom orchid arrangements. (Open Mon. through Saturday)

Find gifts and inspiration at these carefully curated home decor shops, not just around the holiday, but all year long.

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